Tag Archives: ADHD Adults

Learn the Skill of “Pulling Over” with ADHD Overwhelm

ADHD Strategies    September 3, 2019

As many of you know, I moved back to Washington State several years ago and I noticed something different. On Washington State freeways, there are a lot more cars pulled over on the side of the roads. Having lived in California for 13 years, a car on the side of the freeway usually meant one of … read more »

What is Success? by Guest Blogger Janna Willard

Adults with ADHD    October 14, 2016

I was at a conference with a friend when the speaker said something about success. I commented to my friend that I wasn’t very successful (or maybe she poked me and said I was, and I looked surprised; either way it came out that I didn’t think I was a successful person). She pointed out to … read more »

How Good of a “Relaxer” are You?

Ok, I’ll admit it…I don’t relax very well. In fact the thought of not “doing” something is a bit terrifying to me.  If I had to use a metaphor to describe myself, I would say I am like that big pink Energizer Bunny. It is the perfect example of how I go through life and a … read more »